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returning home with ptsd and abc's reena ninan is on the story in washington this morning. reena, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, good morning. he was 38 years old, and this morning his colleagues are stunned that the man who is self-labeled as the most lethal sniper in u.s. military history was gunned down in texas. he was the man dubbed as america's deadliest sniper. a member of navy team s.e.a.l. 3 shooting targets the length of 21 football fields away. chris kyle, who served four combat deployments and earned seven medals of bravery, shot saturday at the place he should have felt most at home, a texas gun range along with his neighbor. >> tap, racked, bang. >> reporter: audiences know kyle from the reality show "stars and stripes" and from his "new york times" best-selling book, "american sniper," reportedly shot down more iraqi insurgents than anyone else. >> you were so well known by the iraqi insurgents you were fighting, they put a $20,000 bounty on your head. is that right? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: kyle volunteer the time to help vets cope with ptsd and reintroducing t
been diagnosed with ptsd. >> was constantly feeling anxious, i was nervous all the time i constantly felt like something bad was going to happen. >> it is too soon to know if ptsd was a factor in these murders but military officers said it is a problem they need to know more about. >> the guantanamo bay prison are accused of orchestrating the attack on the uss cole faces a pretrial hearing. the four-day hearing begins today. video of the proceeding in cuba will be sent to a viewing room at fort meade. the call was attacked by a suicide bomber when it was refueling in yemen. 17 crew members were dead in 33 countries -- others injured. >> the team shot by taliban military is making a strong recovery and speaking out -- about the ideal. -- about the ordeal. she had reconstructive surgery in england this weekend and doctors say say she is making great progress. >> i am alive. i can see you. i could see everyone. today, i am getting better day by day. >> she used this ordeal to set up an education fund for young girls. doctors say she is expected to fully recover. she is wise beyond her y
: he volunteered to help vets suffering from ptsd. he knew the stress of combat as well as anyone. he served four deployments, won seven medals of bravery and killed more than 150 people. he was the deadliest sniper in u.s. military history. >> i loved the job, the guys, the camaraderie. it came down to where i had to choose them or my wife and kids. i couldn't have both any more because i'd already messed that up. so i chose the family. >> reporter: on the home front kyle became a best selling author. in his autobiography "american sniper" he writes of shooting so many iraqi insurgents they nicknamed him the devil. to survive all of that to be killed only here at home. tonight that young marine faces two counts of capital murder, one for each of the men who was trying to help him heal. >>> navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle often said himself how difficult it was for troops to return from war. from serving the greater good, he said, overseas, to serving their own good once home. and this number tonight, nearly 20% of returning troops suffer from symptoms of post-traumatic stress. and they're t
was diagnosed with ptsd. where we're getting that, the local sheriff here in texas said he was, quote, suffering from a mental illness that may have been a result of his time in the military. we are hearing as well that the suspect's mother had reached out to chris kyle to help her son. kyle leaves behind a wife and two young children. >> ron paul, the former presidential candidate, getting heat from his comments on the killings. >> the former texas congressman sent something out on twitter that was quite a bit controversial. look at the message for yourself. this showed up this afternoon. chris kyle's death seems to confirm that he who lives by the sword, dies by the sword. treating ptsd at a firing range doesn't make sense? well, people immediately started retweeting it, saying it was disrespectful. in fact a retired u.s. army ranger saying this kind of therapy at a gun range actually makes perfect sense. >> well, shooting for guys like us in the military, is a very familiar skill set april. like taking a basketball player out to shoot hoops, and so shooting with military veterans they're tryi
: over the last diagnosis cade over 70,000 service members have been diagnosed with ptsd. >> was constantly feeling nervous. constantly felt like something bad would happen. >> reporter: it's still too soon to say if ptsd was involved in the murder. >> an average of one american soldier died from suicide every day last year according to new statistics out from the pentagon. the 325 deaths set a new record. the army officials said the number exceeded those in afghanistan during the same period. >>> the grandstand of a county fairground goes up in fire but this was no accident. why the city decided to burn it to the ground. >>> what are the odds of getting this to win a game right after falling down. we'll hear from the high schooler who made that unlikely buzzer beater. >>> a fire torches a grandstand in austin, minnesota. it was used as a training session for firefighters. the department said burning down the stand will save the city $30,000 in removal costs. >>> a football a nat tech in california turned his lawn into a mini super bowl stadium. check it out. it looks lik
with a chestful of medals. back home in texas he was known for helping combat veterans struggling with ptsd. officials think that's what he was doing at that gun range where he died. ed lavendera reports. >> reporter: chris kyle and his friend, chad littlefield spent countless hours counseling fellow war veterans suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome. chris felt passionate about the issue. >> he was very concerned that service members felt discarded when they returned home. and he wanted to facilitate, help facilitate their transition from war to productive civilian life. >> reporter: the family of a former young marine named eddie ray routh may have reached out to kyle, asking him to help routh overcome his personal struggles and chris kyle and chad littlefield were there to lend a hand. which brings us to this space in the wide open countryside. it was just after 3:00 in the afternoon on saturday that chris kyle, chad littlefield, along with eddie ray routh, arrived here at the rough creek lodge, sprawling 11,000-acre resort. it wasn't until about 5:00 that a hunting guide on the
in alaska with some wounded women vets and we talked a lot about ptsd and wondering if you found women go through a different kind of ptsd than men or have unique challenges there. >> ptsd is one of the main reasons women seek help at the v.a. and half of the women that seek help are under the age of 30 so it's a very young demographic. and a lot of times ptsd in women has to do with military sexual trauma. mst. there's actually an acronym for it at the va and this includes both sexual harassment and sexual assault. >> all right. tanya, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> up next, what women and men really want in a date. the surprising survey results on america's single scene is living with your parents a deal breaker? good news for some of you. it's not! for over 75 years people have saved money with...ohhh... ...with geico... ohhh...sorry! director's voice: here we go. from the top. and action for over 75 years people have saved money with gecko so.... director's voice: cut it! ...what...what did i say? gecko? i said gecko? aw... for over 75 year...(laughs. but still trying to keep
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to tell whether ptsd or mental health issues contributed to today's horrific murders, but it has happened before. in 2007 a mentally unstable army sergeant went on a killing rampage in a combat stress facility at his base in iraq. and retired staff sergeant robert miltonberger who received a silver star for saving countless lives in a hellish 2004 battle in iraq was later diagnosed with ptsd. he says he now avoids firearms, fearing he could hurt someone. >> if i had a gun and someone was threatening me, i could picture me shooting him and i can see the bullets going in him and the blood coming out and all that. >> reporter: ptsd is not new, but with tens of thousands now coming home, the fear is that we still don't know enough about it. >> we are in the dark in our ability to treat post-traumatic stress to a level that we can guarantee most individuals who have it can recover from it. >> and martha joins us now from the mideast tonight where she's spent the decade covering those wars. what struck us today was that chris kyle, known for his outreach, known for helping soldiers traumatized
and a friend took a marine that was suffering from ptsd to a gun range to shoot and as a way that he always did giving back. you know, certainly him taking his time to help, again, help our war heroes and, apparently, that marine -- >> he had quite a reputation in the field, as one of the most lethal snipers out there. how did he handle that? >> you know, he viewed, chris viewed it as his job and he was protecting his brothers, frankly. he is the man quite contrary to that because he was incredibly loving father and charismatic and really caring person. it's quite a contrast from what he did as his job and his tours of duty. >> we're not naming the suspect in this case, but do you know if there was any connection at all or believed to be any connection between chris kyle and the suspect? >> no, ma'am. i have no idea. >> is this shooting range somewhere that he would frequent regularly? >> i believe so, yes. i believe he was familiar with the location. >> can you tell me about his personal life at all? >> yeah. that's what i know best because i certainly didn't know him as a navy s.e.a.l. he was
. but what a shooting range be a good place to treat someone with ptsd. >> he cared so much about helping other veterans. >> the police believe he was tryiyi t to o hehelp himimtt the gun range outside of dallas. >> maybe that's why they were at the range for some type of therapy. >> and leon panetta is on his farewell tour as defense secretary. he's now saying that drones is a moral decision. >> as a catholic i remember when i first became director of the c.i.a. and realized i was making life-and-death decisions. >> and it was the super bowl with famous super bowl ads and even jeep got in the game this year. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> and don't let mitt romney know that jeep is actually still an american company. yes, the niners lost the super bowl. for me it was no time. for you it's go time. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> so welcome to "the young turks." michael shure here, ana kasparian joining me. anna, we had a real tragedy at the shooting range here in texas texas. chris kyle was gunned down by someone he was trying to treat. >> reporter: 25-year-old eddie ray roth was charged with two counts of
. the man who pulled the trigger is a veteran who kyle may have been trying to help with ptsd. susan candiotti joins us live with more. what do we know about how this happened? >> well, got some brand new information during the press conference. first of all, we learned about an alleged confession. and police say they think they also have found the murder weapon, when they describe as a semiautomatic handgun that was found at the suspect's house. let's back up a little bit. after the double shooting at that gun lodge, police say the suspected shooter who's 25-year-old eddie ray ralph took off in kyle's pickup truck. then they said that he went to his sister's house and told her and his brother what had happened, and then left that house. that's when the sister called the police. police put out an all points bulletin and tracked ralph, the suspect to his own house. now, the home was ringed, according to what one police lieutenant told me, with at least a dozen police officers. they tried to talk the suspect out of his house. and somehow he managed to get out and jump in a pickup truck
. >> reporter: kyle became a fierce advocate for vets, starting a foundation to help those suffering from ptsd. that may be why kyle and littlefield went to the gun range with routh. >> he works with people who are suffering from issues who have been in the military and this shooter is possibly one of those people, that he had taken out to the range to mentor, to visit, with to help him. >> reporter: kyle's friend, travis cox, says that's just the kind of man he was. >> the man he was, when he came home, if i could describe him in any way, he was a servant leader. he served others. was a humble, humble man. he had a vision to support veterans, and their needs, and he was fear unless thaless in t gave his life doing so. >> reporter: bitter irony, a guy so deadly and elusive as kyle would be taken down by a comrade in arms here in the state. routh is on suicide watch. soledad. >> thank you, joe. >>> in a couple of minutes, we'll speak with eric davis, a master trainer at the s.e.a.l. sniper school and personally trained chris kyle. >>> first, right to john berman for a look at the day's top stor
from ptsd. now, chris kyle and other veterans there in texas would often try to independently help those with ptsd by taking them to shooting ranges to sort of blow off steam. now, according to officials in texas, this was the first time that kyle and his friend had met eddie ray routh at this shooting range about 50 miles outside ft. worth on saturday, when suddenly and allegedly, routh opened fire with a hand gun at point-blank range allegedly again killing both kyle and the other former service member. now, routh is in jail, he's expected to be charged with two counts of capital murder at this time, and according to law enforcement officials, the exact motive is unclear. again, it's suspected he was suffering from ptsd. we don't have that officially from anybody, but exactly what triggered that shooting incident is still in question. and there are also some questions being raised about what psychiatrists call exposure therapy, the thought that you can expose those troubled veterans to a shooting range, for example, to blow off steam. sometimes that helps but psychiatrists will t
on suicide watch, was suffering from ptsd, and today, former congressman ron paul tweeted about your friend, chris. he said chris kyle's death seems to confirm that he who lives by the sword dies by the sword. treating ptsd at a firing range doesn't make sense. marcus, does it surprise you that chris would have taken a young man like this who was so fragile to a shooting range to treat ptsd, or do you think that would have been normal and understandable? >> is that what he said, huh? >> that's what ron paul said. what do you think about it? >> what i think about it is probably not good for tv. but chris -- he's not a professional doctor. he's not qualified to treat people for ptsd. that wasn't the thing. he was just going there to get this kid to hang out with him, to get his mind off of whatever it was on. and to have a good time, just to get him out of the house. i don't think that whatever the reports are saying, you know, kind of being embellished a little bit. i don't think chris was there to treat him for anything. i think he was there to hang out with him as a fellow veteran and to t
straight all that time. these children are suffering from ptsd and there should be a way they should be taken care of, the way the principal was telling that child is not the way, and if that is what you have running these schools you need to rethink who you hire, and who you have over our children, and i would thank you to do just that. check with barbara garcia at bph and mental health and get their acts together. thank you. >> my name is mike brown and i am with this coalition and we definitely need opportunities for contract scpors i don't know what happened to prop 209 but i hope you guys stand up and do a set a side for the blacks because we want to be independent too. we see what is happening in the communities and the money is coming from overseas and we can't compete, the housing and construction and when the kids are falling through the cracks we can't catch them and we need you all to help us. i was invited to mlk from the reverend to participate in the celebration and we went to the classroom and we had them listening to the speech and it was following along with the
was involved with helping fellow veterans deal with ptsd. >> schools were used for a possible pbs documentary. the report says that they signed an agreement with arlington schools. the documentary called "after newtown" they will look at how to stop school shootings before they happen. the footage shows teens running through hallway. >> an elderly man is dead and police are searching for his kill perp the 68-year-old was found unconscious in his home last night. he was stabbed and detectives are offering a $25,000 reward to any information that leads to his killer. >> a firefighter recovering from burns from battling a fire in bowie. they found flames shooting from the second floor. no word on what caused the fire. >> we're going to turn to weather now. after a day of flurries that didn't stick around it is going to be a cold night. >> let's go and look at the forecast with steve. >> we have light snow out there right now that will take taper up to flurries. take a look at the radar from the bell forth weather center. most of the activity is to the
expose people who are suffering from ptsd, post traumatic stress disorder, exposing them to what the traumatic event was. with ptsd you have a magnified reaction to some sort of event. whether it's a loud noise or a smell can trigger the flash backs and can be haunting. about 20% of returning veterans have or will have ptsd. not much that works. this therapy will slowly innoculate back to the traumatic event. and talk them through it. it should be stressed that this is done in a controlled setting. you are basically trying to get people to relive this and talk through this in the past. now with this exposure, they will immerse them in similar situations to what caused the trauma in the first place. >> the former congressman ron paul who is a physician as you know, he tweeted this and will put it up on the screen. he tweeted, chris kyle's death seems to confirm that he who lives by the sword dies by the sword at a firing range doesn't make sense. does this therapy, does it make any sense? >> she right in the sense that this should be done by someone who is a professional in a cont
to be faced with certain life situations, you know? but throw ptsd in there and you've got a really bad situation. (kaj)as for jesse, he continues to spend his days at the oregon state hospital. his lawyer has complained that in the six months he's been there, he has yet to receive proper treatment for his ptsd. >> jennifer: i'm jennifer granholm. tonight on in "the war room," the gun safety debate is still being waged and it's still in the public's consciousness. it's something but it's far from enough. theme [♪ theme music ♪] >> jennifer: let's start tonight in a little store in riverdale, illinois, called chuck's gun shop. chuck's gun shop sells ammunition and guns including ber ret tas, glocks pistols shotguns. it's just a few miles from chicago, and since 2008 more than 1300 guns that were confiscated came from this one shop. there is not a single gunshot or gun range inside of the city limits of chicago. but shops like chuck's gun shop can sell guns without restriction, so chicago continues to struggle with a wave of violence filed by these outside guns fl
. sanjay gupta, we don't know for sure if this shooter had ptsd. you look at his resume, if you will, three tours of duty, marine, would that be a first thought of yours? ptsd? >> it would be high on the list, people described him as having those sorts of symptoms. look at the statistics, one in five, one in six, returning veterans have ptsd. the numbers are pretty high. and keep in mind, this is post traumatic stress disorder, a magnified response to things that would otherwise not be scary. loud noise, a smell can trigger these sorts of things. just statistically, this is something for people to think about. >> what about the fact that littlefield and kyle were taking this veteran out on the range for what they called exposure therapy. what is exposure therapy? >> i heard that was possibly why they were doing it as well. ptsd is hard to treat. there aren't great treatments. so over the last decade or so, exposure therapy is a sort of therapy where you think of it almost like a vaccine. you're slowly exposing somebody in this case to a traumatic situation with the hope that they can slowly
was suffering ptsd, post traumatic stress, and asked chris kyle for help. >> some people are definitely coming back with ptsd. and i want to try to figure out everything i can do, possibly, to help those guys. >> reporter: kyle felt helping veterans was his duty. and would take troubled veterans to a shooting range to blow off steam. that's apparently what kyle had in mind when he was shot and killed. it's called exposure therapy, where patients gradually confront their demons, but it can be dangerous. even deadly. >> it's concerning that you would have someone exposed to weapons who may, in fact, be struggling with post traumatic stress, and, in fact, the weapon itself, for all we know, could be a trigger. >> reporter: the entire u.s. military is struggling with serious mental health issues. suicide rates at all-time highs. and the veterans' affairs reports that 22 veterans a day are committing suicide, brian. >> jim miklaszewski on duty for us at the pentagon tonight. jim, thanks. >>> it was a busy first day on the job for the new secretary of state, john kerry. and it started with a rousing
, the funerals, been around a bunch of explosions. i have light sensitivity, and ptsd. i've been through so much trauma. >> here on the front lines, speaking out about his troubled journey back from war, casey wilson. served in afghanistan, kosovo and iraq. tony robbins helped him overcompost traumatic stress disorder. he has ptsd something many war heroes suffer from. it's powerful and moving address you gave there. you can see the physical effects. you were shaking and you've clearly been through all sorts of trauma, in different ways. before you met tony, what was your life like? >> i was doing a lot of current therapy, you know, psychiatry, psychology, which i started in 2011. 2010, i started doing -- trying to figure out my life, because i went through a second divorce. and so i didn't understand the whole process, why was i feeling this way? so i started to seek treatment at that time. i was going to acupuncture, healing touch, meditation. >> did it help, any of that? >> yes. it was helping to an extent, you know. like i said, i was just 20-plus years in the marine corps. i had severe trau
steam if, in fact, they were suffering some mental anguish or as it's known ptsd. post traumatic stress disorder but in this case, it's clear that this suspect in the case who is likely to be charged with two counts of capital murder was troubled but so far nobody has been able to say that he has ptsd. but certainly, it's something that chris and a friend had thought they needed to help this young man and this was the first time they had met him at this shooting range when he allegedly opened fire at point-blank range with a small caliber handgun and killed both of them. he's now in custody and as you said under suicide watch. but the big question here that many are asking is if, in fact, somebody is potentially suffering from ptsd, why would you put a gun in their hand, a loaded gun? well, there's something that in the medical community they call exposure therapy but when you talk to medical technicians, doctors, psychiatrists, they say it's very risky business because you're exposing that person to the very thing that has given them their mental problems so it's got to be carefully mo
was going through and that he was a marine veteran suffering from ptsd. that police report also says that routh was taken to a mental hospital and evaluated. it's not clear what, if anything, was done after that. >> and what's going on with him in jail right now? i heard these reports he has been hard to control. >> reporter: apparently he has been. sheriff's officials here are telling us that they tried to -- gave him his meal. he didn't want to give back the utensils and plate that the meal was served on. he had to be tased to get control. he has been shackled. we heard from his attorney, who met briefly with him who said during that meeting he was shackled and restrained. the sheriff says until he stops becoming aggressive that he will have to remain that way as well. anderson? >> thank you. former navy s.e.a.l. and author of the book "the red circle" trained chris kyle. and they were friends. thank you so much for being with us. i'm so sorry for the loss of your friend. you say that chris was a book you definitely didn't want to judge by its cover. what do you mean? >> i think th
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